the CDMA iPhone 4 can still lose substantial cellular signal strength when held in the prior “death grip” position, as well as Wi-Fi signal when held in a different position, in each case noticeably slowing or completely stalling the reception of data.
The so called “death grip” or “death hug” in CDMA iPhone 4 case affects both cellular and WiFi signals:
The problem with Wi-Fi reception appears when the device is held snugly in landscape orientation with two hands, a position common when playing games or using the widescreen keyboard. Prior to the Verizon iPhone 4’s launch, sources told iLounge to be on the lookout for the issue, which was being referred to as the “death hug.” It should be noted that although early Apple-sanctioned reviews of the Verizon iPhone 4 claimed that the antenna problems had been fixed in the CDMA model, the same reviewers failed to notice the antenna problems in their original coverage of the GSM model.
Ne znam kako ljudi iz Apple-a nisu ukapirali kako da rese ovaj problem? Valjda postoji neki nacin da se antene izoluju i da ne dodju u direktan kontakt sa korisnikom, i samim tim promene kapacitivnost sto utice uzasno lose na prijem signala.
Oni godinu dana nisu u stanju da srede problem, to je jos jedan EPIC FAIL!